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Free DOL and NSF Workforce Convening

Friday, July 21, 2017 - 8:30am - 12:30pm

Grand America Hotel, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Free DOL and NSF Workforce Convening at HI-TEC on Friday, July 21, 2017, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. This convening will focus on writing competitive NSF ATE project grants. Specifically, this session will feature extensive Q&A opportunities to help you refine the ideas you have and preliminary proposal work you have started. To get the full benefit from this session it is highly recommended you participate in (register here) or view recorded webinars (view here) for:

  • Grants and Innovation – A Great Match
  • Grant Proposal Resources, Roadmaps, and Timelines
  • Developing Stakeholder Partnerships Internally and Externally for Successful Grants
  • Tips for a Competitive Proposal

Audience: All DOL TAACCCT grantees, NSF grantees, other in workforce education, and HI- TEC conference attendees are invited to register for this free technical assistance convening.

This convening is sponsored by the Centers Collaborative for Technical Assistance, a TAACCCT Learning Network affiliated effort led by five National Science Foundation Centers (National Convergence Technology Center, South Carolina ATE National Resource Center, Florida ATE Center, Bio-Link Next Generation National ATE Center, and MATEC Networks Resource Center.)

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First Name*
Last Name*
First Name for Nametag*
Job Title*
Address 1 *
Address 2 
State or Province*
Phone Number*
Do you have a TAACCCT Grant?


If yes, what Round: 1     2       3       4

Do you have an NSF Grant?


Name of your Grant(s)
Your role on above:
    What are your 3 biggest questions about writing an ATE project grant proposal?
First Priority:
Second Priority:
Third Priority:

If you are interested in presenting or need more information regarding this convening, you may contact:
Christina Titus, Program Director
(972) 377-1786